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Drilling in Alaskan Arctic relatively easy said Shell VP before being fired

By John Donovan According to a recent article published by Bloomberg – Shell Seeks to Drill in Arctic in 2015, Defying Green Activists – Shell CFO Simon Henry, calling on all his vast experience as an accountant, voiced the opinion that it is not difficult to drill in the Arctic. His assessment is surprisingly similar […]

Shell Lied to Dutch Court

“The walls are beginning to close in on Shell. The image that the company would like to present of itself, in the role of the victim instead of the perpetrator, is crumbling more and more,” The oil company Shell lied to a Dutch court about steps taken to minimize the risk of oil spills during […]

US District Judge Adamant On Earlier Ruling Over BP’s Mexican Oil Spill

    US district judge Carl Barbier has refused to change his ruling over BP‘s Gulf of Mexico oil spill, claiming that BP got what it deserved Published: November 15, 2014 at 8:43 am EST By: Micheal Kaufman FULL ARTICLE RELATED ARTICLES – WHAT HAPPENED TO BP IN THE US COURTS COULD HAPPEN TO SHELL […]

Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) Takes Responsibility For Nigeria Oil Spills

    Bidness Etc discusses how Amnesty International’s accusations helped the Nigerian community leverage its rights against the oil giant Published: November 17, 2014 at 8:08 am EST By: Micheal Kaufman Royal Dutch Shellplc (ADR) (NYSE:RDS.A) has accepted responsibility for the two oil spills in Bodo community in Nigeria that occurred in 2008, and has […]

Shell’s Simon Henry says its not difficult to drill in the Arctic Seas

How reassuring. According to a Bloomberg article, Simon Henry, a mathematician, accountant, and the Chief Financial Officer of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, has stated in relation to drilling for oil in Arctic seas,  off Alaska – “Its not that difficult to drill up there.” The long term bean counter is also quoted as saying “Thirty […]

Shell Moerdijk Impact From Steam Leak

Styrene prices shot up following a steam leak at Shell’s steam crackers at Moerdijk in the Netherlands early this month. Shell had to declare force majeure on ethylene and propylene at the unit which makes basic materials for the chemical industry and employs about eight hundred people. The main repairs will last until at least the […]

Objection to Divestment of Shell Oil Blocks in Ogoniland

National Union of Ogoni Students’ USA 3747 W. 138TH Street, Crestwood Illinois 60445, Tel. 1-(888) 610-5590, email – [email protected] Press Release 10/25/2014 CAVERT EMPTOR: Divestment of Shell Oil Blocks: Oil Mining License 11 not for sale We, the Ogoni students in Diaspora under the National Union of Ogoni Students’ (NUOS INTL), USA on behalf of the […]

Shell Sells More Nigerian Assets

By John Donovan According to a report published by The Wall Street Journal, Shell has signed agreements to sell off all of the Nigerian oil assets it put on sale in 2013. Shell has now made sale and purchase agreements for four Nigerian oil blocks.  FULL ARTICLE

Mixed Reaction to Shell’s Carousel Cleanup Proposal

Extracts from an article in  the Daily Breeze. Shell Oil Co.’s new $146 million proposal to remove contaminated soil beneath Carson’s Carousel Tract neighborhood has earned a thumbs-up from city officials, who until now have vigorously fought the oil giant’s cleanup plans. Carson officials praise the plan because it includes an offer to temporarily relocate residents […]

Shell legal machinations over Nigeria in the London High Court

On 8 October, the High Court in London blocked an agreement between the oil giant Shell and the UK law firm CW Law in relation to thousands of Nigerians, which the Marble Arch based law firm claimed it represented, in a dispute over oil spills in Nigeria. CW Law was accused, by law firm Leigh […]

Will Shell try to crush Greenpeace again?

By John Donovan James Delingpole of Breitbart fame,”the world’s best political blogger”, says in an outspoken article about the Greenpeace Lego victory over Shell, that the oil giant should “crush” Greenpeace, who he describes as bastards. Obviously not a man to mince his words.  It is an article well worth reading. He is a brilliant […]